Hull manager Steve Bruce knows few will fancy his side to upset Arsenal tonight but says nothing can be taken for granted in football.
Hull City owner further inflames tensions with fans after telling opponents to his name change plans they can "die as soon as they want".
Preview ahead of Hull City's Premier League clash with Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
Curtis Davies is available again for Hull's Barclays Premier League match at Swansea on Monday.
The defender missed the midweek defeat at Arsenal through suspension and boss Steve Bruce must decide whether to recall him in place of James Chester.
Striker Matty Fryatt will also be hoping to figure for Hull having recently returned to the club following a loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday.
Provisional squad: McGregor, Harper, Davies, Chester, Faye, Figueroa, Bruce, Rosenior, Elmohamady, Boyd, Brady, Livermore, Huddlestone, Meyler, Koren, Sagbo, Gedo, Graham, Fryatt.
Barnsley are still yet to appoint a permanent successor to David Flitcroft, who was sacked last weekend.
Flitcroft's assistant Mickey Mellon was in charge for the Tykes midweek win at Brighton and another positive result at Burnley tomorrow will do his chances of being handed the reins on a permanent basis no harm.
Rotherham United is one of four clubs from our region involved in the FA Cup this weekend.
They beat Bradford in the previous round and although boss Steve Evans admits his side have no chance of winning the FA Cup, he's hoping to progress as far as he can in the competition.
England and former Bradford Bulls forward Sam Burgess and Huddersfield Giants and Scotland captain Danny Brough are among six players shortlisted for rugby league's 2013 Golden Boot.
They are joined by New Zealand back rower Sonny Bill Williams, Australia captain Cameron Smith and his countrymen Jonathan Thurston and team-mate Cooper Cronk.
Thurston and Smith will be bidding to join countrymen Darren Lockyer and Andrew Johns in taking the prestigious title twice, having been victorious in 2011 and 2007 respectively.
Brough, the 2013 Super League Man of Steel, and Burgess are aiming to become only the fifth British winner of an award that goes back to 1984. Leeds Rhinos and England captain Kevin Sinfield was the winner 12 months ago.
Tomorrow will be a big day for Grimsby Town as they look to reach the third round of the FA Cup for the first time in 11 years. The incentive for the players and management is a potential money-spinning tie against the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool or Arsenal.
Standing in their way are Northampton Town, and for many a Grimsby fan tomorrow's game will evoke memories of a special day 15 years ago. Chris Dawkes reports.
Neil Warnock has ruled himself out of the running to become Sheffield Wednesday's new manager, claiming the move would be too divisive.
The 65-year-old, who left Leeds in April, revealed he held talks with Owls chairman Milan Mandaric on Thursday evening as part of a five-man shortlist for the job but has now pulled out of contention.
Warnock is a boyhood Sheffield United fan and managed the Blades between December 1999 and May 2007. He also made derogatory comments about United's city rivals in 2002.
It was this affinity to the Bramall Lane club that played a huge part in his decision to snub the Owls, who are currently languishing in the relegation zone in the Sky Bet Championship and looking for their sixth manager in just over seven years after sacking Dave Jones last weekend.
Warnock told talkSPORT: "I did speak to Milan Mandaric last night and I think we both realised then that it wasn't going to be.
"When Milan phoned me originally I did tell him it would be pretty much impossible to manage Sheffield Wednesday when I'm a Blade, but he asked me to have time to think about it. He wanted me to try and keep them up.
"He has tried to bring me in as his manager about four times over the last 20 years so I have got a lot of respect for him.
"I have been pleased about the number of people in Sheffield, Sheffield Wednesday fans as well, that wanted me. But I think it's time to put myself to bed."
PLANS for a new sports and activity centre complete with swimming pool are today being announced by sports and health leaders in Sheffield.
It's expected to be built in High Green, with the City Council and Ecclesfield Parish Council working with the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine to complete the project.
The new facility would have a swimming pool, community gym, dance studio and specialist health consultation rooms.
It's the first time in Sheffield that sports and health services will be under one roof.
Sheffield Wednesday chairman Milan Mandaric has confirmed Neil Warnock is on a five-man shortlist to replace Dave Jones as the club's manager.
The prospect of Warnock, a lifelong Sheffield United fan, becoming the club's sixth boss in seven years is sure to divide opinion among Owls fans.
Warnock, 65, was derided by Owls supporters during his eight-year spell as Blades manager from 1999, but Mandaric insisted whoever he chose to succeed Jones, sacked at the weekend, would be in the club's best interests.
Jones' assistant Stuart Gray took charge of the side for Tuesday night's shock 2-1 win over Leicester and has not been ruled out altogether by Mandaric, but is not on the shortlist.
"Stuart is a very good coach, we are very lucky to have him there so it gives us time and an opportunity to take our time in bringing in the proper person rather than rush,"said Mandaric.
"Of course, there is no ruling out and there is some possibility if Stuart can take us on a run."
Asked if Warnock was amongst the candidates to take over, Mandaric added: "Yes he is, but it does not mean that he will be our manager. There are four or five names on that (shortlist) and he is one of them. "
Jessica Ennis-Hill's coach Toni Minichiello has returned to the British Athletics fold, one year after losing his job as Olympic coach.
Despite being a key figure in Ennis-Hill's gold medal triumph in the heptathlon at London 2012, Minichiello became the highest profile casualty of the restructuring plan around a single High Performance Institute in Loughborough.
The problem centred on the duo's reluctance to relocate from from Ennis-Hill's hometown of Sheffield, and because Minichiello had no Olympic or world medallists in his training group he was not offered the chance to continue to work with her there on a full-time salary.
But Minichiello, who has continued to work with his star protege in the intervening months, has returned to British Athletics as an athlete based support coach, a role he started on December 1.
"In the year since leaving British Athletics I've enjoyed the opportunity to work with a number of other sports governing bodies and businesses as well as working with Jessica," said Minichiello, who was named 2012 UK Coach of the Year
"This has provided some fantastic experiences and learning opportunities - to the extent that I will continue with these activities. That said I've come to realise that my defining passion lies with athletics and my personal drive to be the best athletics coach I can be.
"I was pleased to be offered the opportunity to rejoin the British Athletics performance team, it offers the perfect opportunity for me to fulfil this ambition with like minded colleagues whilst putting back into the sport."
Sheffield Wednesday caretaker manager Stuart Gray speaks to Calendar after watching his side topple Championship leaders Leicester at Hillsborough thanks to 2 goals from Sunderland loanee Connor Wickham.